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So Far
So Far may refer to:songs* "So Far" , a show tune from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Allegro* "So Far" , a single by the German group Faustalbums* So Far , an album by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

So Far So Good (John Martyn album)
So Far So Good is a compilation album with selected tracks taken from the John Martyn album's, Bless The Weather, Solid Air and Sunday's Child.-Side One:#"May You Never"#"Bless The Weather"#"Head and Heart"#"Over The Hill"

So Long
So Long may refer to:* "So Long" * "So Long" * "So Long" * "So Long", a song by Fats Domino* "So Long", a song by Fischer-Z from Going Deaf for a Living

So What (Garcia/Grisman album)
So What is an acoustic jazz album by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman. It was released on the Acoustic Disc record label in 1998.-Track listing:# "So What" – 6:55# "Bag's Groove" – 8:43# "Milestones" – 7:55

So What (Pink song)
"So What" is a song written by American pop rock singer Pink, Max Martin and Shellback. It was released as the first single from Pink's fifth studio album, Funhouse. Pink performed "So What" at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards, on September 7, 2008, and the song was used to promote the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards Latin America

SOAP
SOAP, originally defined as Simple Object Access Protocol, is a protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of Web Services in computer networks

Soap opera (disambiguation)
A soap opera is an ongoing, episodic work of fiction presented in serial format on television, radio, or other forms media.Soap opera may also refer to:In literature:

Soapbox
A soapbox is a raised platform on which one stands to make an impromptu speech, often about a political subject. The term originates from the days when speakers would elevate themselves by standing on a wooden crate originally used for shipment of soap or other dry goods from a manufacturer to a retail store.The term is also used metaphorically to describe a person engaging in often

Soapbox (disambiguation)
A soapbox is a raised platform from which a speech is delivered.Soapbox may also refer to:* Soapbox , a type of motorless vehicle* MSN Soapbox, an Internet video service

Soar
Soar may refer to:*The Special Operations Assault Rifle, primary assault rifle for the special forces unit of the Philippine National Police*Soaring, a mode of flight*"Soar", a song by Christina Aguilera from the album "Stripped" .

Soar (album)
Soar is the second album from the American band, Samiam, released in 1991 on New Red Archives.-Track listing:-Personnel:*David Ayer *Jason Beebout *James Brogan *Martin Brohm *Sergie Loobkoff

Soars
Şoarş is a commune in Braşov County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bărcuţ, Felmer, Rodbav, Seliştat and Şoarş. Every one of these has a fortified church.

SOB
Sob is a verb meaning cry.SOB and SoB may refer to:* Seventeen or Bust, a distributed computing project* Special Operations Battalion , an elite unit of the Croatian army* Sobralia, a genus of orchids* Society of Old Brooklynites

Soba (film)
Soba is a 2004 independent drama/crime film and the directional debut from Mexican filmmaker Alan Coton, who also wrote the script. It stars newcomer Claudia Soberón and Dagoberto Gama.-Synopsis:

Sober
Sober usually refers to sobriety, the state of not being under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. It may also refer to:-Computers:* Sober , variety of computer virus* SOBER , family of synchronous stream ciphers

SOBER
In cryptography, SOBER is a family of stream ciphers initially designed by Greg Rose of QUALCOMM Australia starting in 1997. The name is a contrived acronym for Seventeen Octet Byte Enabled Register. Initially the cipher was intended as a replacement for broken ciphers in cellular telephony

Sober (Kelly Clarkson song)
"Sober" is a song composed by American pop rock singer Kelly Clarkson, Aben Eubanks, Calamity McEntire, and Jimmy Messer. It was released as the second and final U.S. single from her third studio album, My December in the United States.-Background:

Sobota
Sobota is the Polish word for Saturday. It appears to be the names of Polish towns holding Saturday weekly fairs.Sobota may refer to the following places in Poland:*Sobota, Lower Silesian Voivodeship

Sobrado
Sobrado is a municipality in the Spanish province of A Coruña. It has a population of 2,402 and an area of 121 km². Sobrado is well known because of Sobrado Abbey, a Trappist monastery

Sobrenatural
Sobrenatural is the Latin Grammy-nominated second studio album by Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Alexis & Fido released on November 13, 2007 by Sony BMG Latin. The first single from the album is titled "5 Letras" and is produced by Doble A & Nales "Los Presidentes"

Sobrevive
Sobrevive is the second album of the Chilean pop/rock group Kudai. Debuted at #1 in Chile on the most sold albums and gained the status of gold album for the 15,000 copies. The album was released in 16 June 2006.The album was released in 2007 in Mexico.

Sobrevive
Sobrevive is the second album of the Chilean pop/rock group Kudai. Debuted at #1 in Chile on the most sold albums and gained the status of gold album for the 15,000 copies. The album was released in 16 June 2006.The album was released in 2007 in Mexico.

Sobriety
Sobriety is the condition of not having any measurable levels, or effects from, alcohol or other drugs that alter ones mood or behaviors. According to WHO "Lexicon of alcohol and drug terms..." sobriety is continued abstinence from alcohol and psychoactive drug use

Sobriquet
A sobriquet is a nickname, sometimes assumed, but often given by another. It is usually a familiar name, distinct from a pseudonym assumed as a disguise, but a nickname which is familiar enough such that it can be used in place of a real name without the need of explanation

SoCal (disambiguation)
SoCal may refer to several institutions and places in the United States:Places:* Southern California, the southern portion of the state of California.Educational institutions:

Soccer Mom (film)
Soccer Mom is a 2008 direct-to-video film.-Storyline:The film begins with Wendy, a soccer mom, waking up her three children, Sammy, Kelci, and the oldest, Becca. Later at Becca's soccer game, Coach Kenny announces that the team will be playing "Team Malibu", an unbeatable team

Socha
Socha is a town and municipality in the Colombian Department of Boyacá, part of the Valderrama Province a subregion of Boyaca.

Sociable
The Sociable or Buddy Bike or Side By Side Bicycle is a bicycle that supports two riders who sit side by side.This type of bicycle should not be referred to as a tandem bicycle as "tandem" is defined as: "a group of two or more arranged one behind the other ..."-History:The Sociable is said by some to have been invented by Hubert Opperman,although in its basic form it

Sociable (carriage)
A sociable or barouche-sociable is an open, four-wheeled carriage described as a cross between a barouche and a victoria, having two double seats facing each other. It might be controlled from the interior by an owner-driver or have a box for a coachman. A pair of folding hoods protect the passengers

Social
The term social refers to a characteristic of living organisms

Social anthropology
Social Anthropology is one of the four or five branches of anthropology that studies how contemporary human beings behave in social groups. Practitioners of social anthropology investigate, often through long-term, intensive field studies , the social organization of a particular person: customs, economic and political organization, law and

Social Climbers
A social climber is someone who seeks social prominence, for example by obsequious behavior. The term is sometimes used as synonymous with parvenu, one who has suddenly risen to a higher economic status but has not gained the social acceptance of others in that class. "Social climber" may be used as an insult, suggesting a poor work ethic or disloyalty to roots

Social cohesion
Social cohesion is a term used in social policy, sociology and political science to describe the bonds or "glue" that bring people together in society, particularly in the context of cultural diversity. Social cohesion is a multi-faceted notion covering many different kinds of social phenomena

Social democracy
Social democracy is a political ideology of the center-left on the political spectrum. Social democracy is officially a form of evolutionary reformist socialism. It supports class collaboration as the course to achieve socialism

Social graces
Social graces are skills used to interact politely in social situations. They include manners, etiquette , deportment and fashion. These skills were once taught to young women at a finishing school or charm school

Social Life
-Track listing:# "Let Us Know" – 3:21# "Break It Off" – 3:20# "Social Life" – 3:20# "Saturday's Alone" – 3:24# "Come Back to Life" – 3:01# "So Put On" – 3:04# "Bright Side" – 3:22# "Younger Body, Older Soul" – 2:47# "Simply Passing Time" – 2:39

Social Life (website)
Sociallife is an on-line social network service similar to aSmallWorld, and LinkedIn. It is an exclusive network with roughly 770,000 members that was founded by Nilton Alexandre de SOUZA.-Features:

Social Security
Social security is a social program providing protection against conditions like poverty, old age, and disability.It may also refer to:* Social Security , the system of welfare payments in Australia* Social Security

Social Security (Australia)
Social Security, in Australia, refers to a system of social welfare payments provided by Commonwealth Government of Australia. These payments are administered by a Government body named Centrelink

Social Security (play)
Social Security is a play by Andrew Bergman.It focuses on trendy Manhattan art gallery owners Barbara and David Kahn, whose life is upended when her Mineola housewife sister Trudy deposits their eccentric mother Sophie on the couple's doorstep while she and her husband Martin head to Buffalo to rescue their sexually precocious college student daughter from a menage a trois with two

Socialism (book)
Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis is a book by Austrian School economist and libertarian thinker Ludwig von Mises, first published in German by Gustav Fischer Verlag in Jena in 1922 under the title Die Gemeinwirtschaft: Untersuchungen über den Sozialismus

Socialite
A socialite is a person who participates in social activities and spends a significant amount of time entertaining and being entertained at fashionable upper-class events.

Society of Jesus
The Society of Jesus is a Catholic male religious order that follows the teachings of the Catholic Church. The members are called Jesuits, and are also known colloquially as "God's Army" and as "The Company," these being references to founder Ignatius of Loyola's military background and a perception of its members' willingness to go anywhere in the world and live in extreme

Socket
Socket may refer to:In mechanics:* Socket wrench, a type of wrench that uses separate, removable sockets to fit different sizes of nuts and bolts

Socket (film)
Socket is an independent sci-fi thriller directed by Sean Abley and produced by John Carrozza, Sean Abley, Matt Mishkoff and Doug Prinzivalli, starring Derek Long as Dr. Bill and Matthew Montgomery as Dr. Craig Murphy

Socket wrench
A socket wrench is a wrench with interchangeable heads called sockets that attach to a fitting on the wrench, allowing it to turn different sized bolts and other fasteners. The most common form is a hand tool popularly called a ratchet consisting of a handle with a ratcheting mechanism built in, so it can be turned using a back-and-forth motion in cramped spaces

Sockeye (disambiguation)
Sockeye refers to a species of salmon.Sockeye may also refer to:*Richmond Sockeyes, an ice hockey team from Richmond, British Columbia, Canada*Sockeye Networks, a former technology company purchased by Internap

Sockeye salmon
Sockeye salmon , also called red salmon or blueback salmon in the USA, is an anadromous species of salmon found in the Northern Pacific Ocean and rivers discharging into it

Socks (Beverly Cleary)
Socks is a children's novel written by Beverly Cleary, originally illustrated by Beatrice Darwin, and published in 1973. It won the William Allen White Children's Book Award. The title character of the book would eventually become the name for Socks Clinton, the cat of U.S

Socks (disambiguation)
A sock is an item of clothing worn on the feet.Socks or sock may also refer to:* SOCKS , an Internet protocol that allows client-server applications to transparently use the services of a network firewall

Socle
Socle may refer to:* Socle * Socle

Socle (architecture)
In architecture, a socle is a short plinth used to support a pedestal, sculpture or column. In the field of archaeology, this term is used to refer to a wall base, frequently of stone, that supports the upper part of the wall, which is made of a different material, frequently mud brick

Socrates
Socrates was a classical Greek Athenian philosopher. Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, he is an enigmatic figure known chiefly through the accounts of later classical writers, especially the writings of his students Plato and Xenophon, and the plays of his contemporary Aristophanes

Socrates (pain assessment)
SOCRATES is a mnemonic acronym used by emergency medical services, doctors, nurses and other health professionals to evaluate the nature of pain that a patient is experiencing.-Meaning of the acronym:

Sod (Vulgarity)
Sod in British English is a somewhat offensive, pejorative term for a person, derived from sodomite but rarely nowadays used with this meaning. As an insult, it is generally teamed with 'off', i.e., 'sod off' meaning to get lost / go away / stop bothering me / fuck off

Sod's law
Sod's law is a name for the axiom "Anything that can go wrong, will". "Toast will always land butter side down" is often given as an example of Sod's law in action

Sod's Law (album)
Sod's Law is the sixth studio album by Spear of Destiny, released by Burning Rome Records in 1992 and subsequently re-issued by Snapper Music in 1997.-Track listing :All songs written by Kirk Brandon.

Soda
- Food and beverages :* Soft drink, a beverage product* Carbonated water, also known as "soda water"* Ice cream soda, a dessert dish* Soda cracker, or saltine cracker* Soda bread, a variety of quick bread- Science, technology, and biology :

Soda Lake
Soda Lake may refer to:*Soda Lake in California.*Soda Lake in California.*Soda Lakes .*A number of Rift Valley lakes in Africa

Soda pop (disambiguation)
Soda pop is a U.S. regional term for soft drink.Soda pop may also refer to:* Soda pop , a confectionery product* "Soda Pop" , a song from the British television sketch comedy show Bo' Selecta!